Chelsea LeNoble

Title
Assistant Professor, College of Arts and Sciences
Email
Department
Department of Applied Sciences
College
College of Arts & Sciences

Areas of Expertise

  • Industrial/Organizational Psychology
  • Occupational Health Psychology
  • Occupational Stress & Resilience
  • Leadership & Team Development
  • Program Assessment & Evaluation
  • Multiteam Systems
  • Multilevel Modeling
  • Event Sampling Methods
Chelsea LeNoble


​Dr. Chelsea A. LeNoble is an assistant professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology in the department of Applied Sciences at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide. Her research program focuses on the individual, team-level, and organizational factors related to employee engagement, resilience, and recovery from work stress. Part of a new faculty cluster in the area of human resilience and emergency services, Dr. LeNoble works with communications and emergency management scholars to support high-stress occupations such as healthcare workers and first responders. Dr. LeNoble earned her Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Florida Institute of Technology. After graduating, she completed a 2.5-year postdoctoral fellowship at Clemson University and Prisma Health in Greenville, SC. As an embedded scholar within the health system, she led interdisciplinary research projects on burnout and resilience, employee well-being and engagement, and leadership and team development.

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Florida Institute of Technology
  • M.S. - Master of Science in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Florida Institute of Technology
  • B.A. - Bachelor of Arts in English: Psychology, Stetson University

  • HeartMath Certified Mentor - Institute of HeartMath
  • HeartMath Certified Coach - Institute of HeartMath
  • Certified Worksite Wellness Specialist - National Wellness Institute, Inc.

  • PSYC 326: Group and Team Behavior
  • PSYC 340: Indus/Orgznl Psychology
  • RSCH 202: Intro to Research Methods
  • PSYC 220: Introduction to Psychology
  • MSES 520: Psych Issues Among EmerSvc Psn
  • PSYC 350: Social Psychology

Vanhove, A. J., LeNoble, C., & Fisher, D. (2020). Individual and team resilience: An integrated perspective. Academy of Management Proceedings (Vol. 2020, No. 1, p. 18192). Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510: Academy of Management.

LeNoble, C.A., Pegram, R., Shuffler, M., Fuqua, T., & Wiper, D. (2020). To address burnout in oncology, we must look to teams: Reflections on an organizational science approach. Journal of Oncology Practice. DOI: 10.1200/JOP.19.00631

LeNoble, C.A. & Faulconer, E.K. (2020, July). Supporting safety culture in academia: Giving a Voice to Faculty, The Department Chair. https://doi.org/10.1002/dch.30326

Faulconer, E. K., & LeNoble, C. (2020). Supporting Safety Culture in Academia, Part 1: Safety Communication Barriers. The Department Chair30(4), 15-16.

McLeod, P. L., Cunningham, Q., DiazGranados, D., Dodoiu, G., Kaplan, S., Keyton, J., Larson, N., LeNoble, C., Marsch, S. U., O'Neill, T., Henrickson Parker, S., Semmer, N. K., Shuffler, M., Su, L., Tschan, F., Waller, M. & Yang, Y. (2019). Hacking teamwork in healthcare: Addressing adverse effects of ad hoc team composition in critical care medicine. Healthcare Management Review. DOI: 10.1097/HMR.0000000000000265

LeNoble C.A. and Fredendall L.D. (2019). Further linking Lean management and I-O psychology: A focus on capacity buffers. Industrial and Organizational Psychology 12, 267–271. https://doi.org/10.1017/iop.2019.58

Lazzara, E. H., Shuffler, M., LeNoble, C., Weaver, S., & Chollette, V. (2018). Teams aren’t enough: Considering multiteam systems for better cancer care. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 36:30_suppl, 231-231.

Diefendorff, J. M., Richard, E. M., Dinh, P. V., & LeNoble, C. (2018). Action-state orientation at work: Dynamic effects in organizational contexts. In N. Baumann, M. Kazén, M. Quirin, & S. L. Koole (Eds.), Why people do the things they do: Building on Julius Kuhl’s contributions to the psychology of motivation and volition (p. 303–321). Hogrefe Publishing.

Griffith, R. L., Steelman, L. A., Wildman, J. L., LeNoble, C. A., & Zhou, Z. E. (2017). Guided mindfulness: A self-regulatory approach to experiential learning of complex skills. Theoretical issues in ergonomics science18(2), 147-166.

LeNoble, C. Peritz, J., Weber, E., Adaryukov, J., Dodson, C., & Svec, L. (2015). The application of multipurpose efficiently engineered tabling outcomes (MEETO) for improved networks. Naval Engineers Journal, 127(2), 101-104.


Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology (SIOP)

Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research (INGRoup)